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Originally posted 11/29/2011 03:00PM
Kristin Chenoweth is ready to start a family, but the singer-actress is also doing just fine on her own.
"I'd love to have a husband to have a child with," Chenoweth, 43, tells the January issue of Prevention. "It hasn't exactly worked out that way, and that's okay."
"I would still love to have that partner, that man – that right one who's going to take care of me yet let me do my thing, yet has his own gig going on, yet isn't intimidated!" she adds.
For now, Chenoweth has a different kind of baby: a Maltese named Maddie. She constantly travels with her tiny pup and is so devoted to the Maltese that she founded the charity Maddie's Corner in her name.
Originally posted 11/09/2011 05:55AM
She was ready to shop! Kristin Chenoweth led a group of friends through a West Hollywood-area Target. The petite actress was dressed down, in leggings, a pink coat and glasses, during the outing. Says an onlooker: "She and her pals were having a great time." The group stopped to browse a lot, and checked out various juice products. According to the fellow shopper, Chenoweth was the leader of the pack, guiding them down all the aisles she wanted to visit – including the baking aisle. – Jennifer Garcia
Originally posted 10/28/2011 05:00PM
Broadway Week on Dancing with the Stars was such a thrill! Everything had to be as big as possible, while also relating our dance to our song, "Always Look on the Bright Side of Life" from Monty Python's Spamalot. Our foxtrot needed to be cheeky with lots of turns and kicks and flicks and skips – all of which we delivered, thanks to Sir Lancelot, a.k.a. my partner Tristan MacManus.
When Carrie Ann said our dance was a "show-stopper," I think I blacked out. I took her comments very seriously last week and I am so glad I gave her the personality and dance content that she wanted.
For me, this week was all about progress. I mean, HELLO PEOPLE, I did a handstand into Tristan's face! (He actually had the hard part because he had to catch my feet and turn it into a stunt!) First try in rehearsals, he dropped me on my head and pulled my pants off. Good times! I am still speechless that we pulled it off and got our first 9 of the season all in the same night!
Originally posted 09/15/2011 03:15PM
The Primetime Emmy Awards will be announced Sept. 18, and one thing's for sure – the winners' lives won't change. At all. No, really.
At least, that's what past winners Jeremy Piven, Megan Mullally, Kristin Chenoweth and Jackée Harry insist in a new video, where the stars talk about their post-Emmy lives.
"It definitely hasn't changed my day-to-day life," Mullally, who won twice for Will & Grace says. "I still get up and shower like every normal person."
Then again, she showers with her Emmy Award – a helpful little gold statue that scrubs her back. She's not the only one in a deep, committed relationship with her Emmys: Piven straps his three Emmys (all from his turn as Ari Gold on Entourage) into car seats before taking them for a drive.
Originally posted 08/15/2011 06:00PM
Kristin Chenoweth's dog Maddie had a few health scares earlier this year, but the Maltese is slowly coming out of the woods – and helping the actress hone her nursing skills.
"She had pancreatitis. She got over that. And then her knee busted out," Chenoweth told PEOPLE last week at the InStyle Summer Soiree in West Hollywood. "But she's all right. She's gotten rid of her cone and her stitches."
Originally posted 07/14/2011 05:30PM
Mad Men may lead the Emmy nominations race, but when it comes to celebrating the nods, Amy Poehler says her Parks and Recreation cast has everyone beat.
"I would gather that we could give most shows a run for their money as far as straight-up partying goes," Poehler, 39, told PEOPLE Thursday morning after hearing her comedy picked up four nominations. "We have some strong men who can flip some tables if need be."
Adds the actress: "We've also got some youngsters who can go all night long. And we have some seasoned vets who know how to make it count."
Originally posted 07/01/2011 07:00AM
Kisses flowed freely on So You Think You Can Dance Wednesday, but Thursday brought only two kisses – kisses goodbye.
Three couples – Robert Taylor, Jr. and Miranda Maleski, Caitlyn Lawson and Mitchell Kelly, and Ashley Rich and Chris Koehl – danced for their lives Thursday before the judges decided who would receive the Kiss of Dance death.
The decision was not made easily.
Spoiler Alert: Show results about to be revealed.
Originally posted 06/16/2011 07:30AM
Make no mistake about it: at 4'11" and 88 lbs., Kristin Chenoweth is a petite star.
"I never really think about being short or a shrimp until someone goes 'You're short!'" she tells PEOPLE. "But it doesn't offend me too much."
Still sometimes trying on clothes is the ultimate reminder that Chenoweth – who normally wears a size 0 or smaller – may not be built like most other 42-year-old women.
"Occasionally I will shop in GapKids," admits Chenoweth. "I can wear a size 12/14. It's kind of fun."
Originally posted 11/15/2010 04:15PM
Originally posted 09/08/2010 11:10AM
Ellen DeGeneres is not a nurse, but she played one – briefly – Tuesday night on Broadway.
The talk-show host, 52, delighted the audience at New York's Broadway Theater with a surprise cameo as a nurse in the musical revival of Promises, Promises, starring Sean Hayes and Kristin Chenoweth.
Her scene comes in Act I, right before the Hayes character meets Chenoweth's. DeGeneres will air the footage from the Broadway show on The Ellen DeGeneres Show next Wednesday, following the series' season-eight premiere on Monday.
– Tim Nudd
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